Changes in library services from 10 November

Library services will change from 10 November in the following ways.

The Reading Halls will be closed.

Online sources: Our sources - databases, e-books, e-journals and documents in the repository - are available through VPN to Corvinus students and faculty members.

Online trainings and consultations:  They continue on Microsoft Teams.

Borrowing books: Borrowing is available to registered readers. 

Borrowing can be requested by filling in the webform.

The librarians are doing their best to respond to every request, and they inform the readers whether the requested book can be borrowed, and when it can be picked up. Picking up books is possible on weekdays, 10:00-18:00.

Renewal: We have increased the number of possible renewals to five. Please, bear your deadlines in mind, renewal is not automatic.

Returning books: Borrowed books can be placed inside the book return box in front of the library entrance Monday-Friday, 8:00-18:00. Books taken in from the book return box will be in quarantine for 72 hours after their reception. Books can be sent back as a postal package as well.

Registration: The Library is temporarily not accepting the registration of external readers, memberships expiring before 1 March, 2020.

On request, the Library will renew memberships expiring after 1 March, 2020 to 31 December, 2020, or by adding the period lost due to coronavirus (105 days) if preferred.

  

Library temporarily closed due to technical reconstruction

The reading rooms of the library will be closed from 2 November, 2020 until 9 November, 2020 due to technical reconstruction. During this period, consultation rooms cannot be used. Part of the library collection will be moved; books from transferred collection will not be borrowable. Loan requests for other books can be submitted by filling in the form, librarians will give feedback in all cases.

During this period, the borrowing area on the 1st floor and the two Computer Labs can be used Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Reading Halls reopening together with usual borrowing services for Corvinus community will be restored by 10 November, 2020. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Thesis Writing and Consultation sessions offered by Corvinus Library

Corvinus Library offers thesis writing and consultation sessions in the autumn semester again. Participants will pick up skills in the following fields: finding relevant sources, using efficient document search techniques. You can deepen your knowledge in the field of references and information will be provided about the use of Urkund text-recognition system at CUB. Writing tips and hints will help you to make a proper and stylish thesis. Trainings and consultations will be held online through Teams, please register with your Corvinus e-mail address.

Registration for Thesis Writing Trainings

Registration for Consultation Sessions

 

 

MarketLine database training

What’s new in MarketLine? If you are interested in the latest developments of MarketLine business database, come to this Zoom-meeting.

Time: 30 September, 2020, 1.30 p.m.

Save the date, see you at the webinar.

 

New books in the Library 3/2020

könyvekYou can find the complete list of new acquisitions on the New books page. The list includes all books bought in June and August, the books are grouped according to theme and title.

Academic Writing Consultation

You are finished with writing the first draft of your term paper/thesis/abstract/journal article, but you feel something is still missing and there is room for improvement? Join one of our consultation sessions aimed at members of the Corvinus community and receive personalized expert advice on how to further improve your paper in terms of structure, style, language and formatting. Participants are encouraged to bring drafts of their ongoing writing projects. More information and registration

Trial access to WoS Incites-database

Trial access is available for WoS Incites database until 7 October. Incites Benchmarking and Analysis database is a research evaluation tool, it analyzes institutional productivity, monitors collaboration activity.
To access the database please register in WoS, clicking on Incites. If you have already created an account for any other services of WoS (e.g. Kopernio, Endnote), you can use the same data for Incites.

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